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Mpox And Newfound ‘Punching Power’ Are Bringing Bavarian Nordic Closer To $1bn Target
Bavarian Nordic managed to change its financial story in 2022 when its smallpox vaccine, Jynneos, became a critical tool in the global response to the mpox pandemic. CEO Paul Chaplin speaks to In Vivo about what this year holds in store.
Ukraine’s Plea To Industry: Restart Clinical Trials And Give Us New ‘Weapons’ To Fight Cancer
More than one year into the conflict, pharma employees in Ukraine have made heroic efforts to maintain existing clinical studies – but what the country’s doctors and CROs really want is for international companies to start opening new trials again.
Backed By Big Names, Etherna Hopes To Disrupt mRNA Space
Belgian mRNA technologies firm Etherna, which is backed by high profile investors including former Bayer CEO Marijn Dekkers and Moderna co-founder Kenneth Chien, has reoriented its business model. Interim CEO Bernard Sagaert tells In Vivo how the firm hopes to deliver superior products for partners in the rapidly expanding RNA space.
Insilico's Co-CEO Talks AI, ChatGPT And The Future Of Drug Discovery
After securing US orphan designation for an artificial intelligence-assisted therapeutic, Insilico's co-CEO Feng Ren sits down for a wide-ranging interview in which he discusses why AI drug discovery is more predictable, efficient and cost-effective than the conventional bench-to-bed model. AI's limitations and validations, why the industry should get excited about algorithms, data sets and deep learning are other topics to consider in this fast-growing field.
A Candidate’s Market: How Can Medtechs Attract And Retain Staff They Need In 2023?
Attracting and retaining talent is harder than ever for medtech companies. Changing lifestyles, the expectation that loyalty will be less rewarding than job hopping, and various other economic and social factors have all helped contribute to chronic staffing shortages throughout medtech.
India M&As Overtook PE Activity In 2022, Deal Momentum To Continue In 2023
India had a busy deals calendar in 2022, with companies led by Biocon striking large M&A deals while PE activity declined. In Vivo's sister publication Scrip pieced together data for infographics on these deals. A multitude of factors is expected to keep the momentum going in 2023.
Looking Beyond The Deal In England
Agreement of deals that promise better value for money and enhanced patient access to new treatments has become routine in England, but are they delivering?
How To Master The New Legal Responsibilities Introduced By The CTR
The Clinical Trials Regulation finally entered into application on 31 January 2022, replacing the largely national, and sometimes inconsistent, rules created by the Clinical Trials Directive. In this article, law firm Cooley advises on the changes introduced by the CTR and explores ways in which firms can reduce their contractual risks and potential legal liability.
New Deals, Modalities In Sights In Japan After Relatively Quiet 2022
After a comparatively subdued 2022 in terms of M&A and other deal-making, a strengthening currency and interest in new areas such as digital tools and cell and gene therapy might see a rebound in activity this year, which should also see domestic approvals of several potential blockbusters and more support for bioventures.
Building The Pharma Supply Chain Of The Future
The worst of COVID-19’s disruption appears to be in the pharma supply chain’s rearview mirror, but logistics stakeholders still have a number of questions to answer and challenges to overcome as they attempt to become future-proof.
Worldwide Regulators Warm Up To Medical Marijuana
Both the US and EU are gradually warming up to medical marijuana, but clunky and inadequate regulation threatens to curtail the growth of a burgeoning industry.
10 Years On, Chinese Biopharma Firms Making US Inroads: A Snapshot
From 2013 to November 2022, Chinese pharma companies as a single sponsor started a total of 35 international Phase III clinical studies for innovative drugs in the US, indicating a continuing push by the biopharma sector in the country to leverage increasing innovation to access this huge and lucrative market. Led by BeiGene, 20 firms have placed their bets on such studies and some are planning similar new moves despite an ongoing downturn in industry funding, this infographic analysis shows.
Pandemic Drives China Surge In Asia 100 Sales
Notable new entrants moved into the Asia 100 this year, with growth catalyzed by COVID-19 vaccines.
Clinical Trials: Have We Finally Reached The New Normal?
Pent-up trial demand during 2020 plus trial modernization strategies yields bumper performance in 2021 as research priorities revert to pre-pandemic trends.
Syngene COO On Delivering Cost Gains For mRNA Products
Syngene’s COO, Mahesh Bhalgat, said the firm is better placed than some peers to serve clients for biologics-based advanced therapies and address the cost element for new modalities like mRNA. He also outlines the research, development and manufacturing services company's capabilities in oligonucleotide-based therapeutics, an area that's seeing growing interest.
Big Pharma Rescripts India Playbook
Big pharma appears to be resetting operations in India fueling some concerns of waning interest. In Vivo looks at what the realignment means or doesn’t.
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